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Amsterdam
Netherlands

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Population: 742,884
Language: Dutch
Currency: Euro (EUR)

Information about Amsterdam

 

The capital and largest city of the Netherlands was originally settled as a fishing village towards the end of the 12th century near the dam on the River Amstel (hence the name Amsterdam.) Amsterdam developed into one of the most important ports in the world, and became a center for the financial industry and the diamond trade.

The city of Amsterdam is an incredibly popular tourist destination with nearly 5 million international visitors every year. It is famous for its Red Light districts, which attract many tourists interested in certain recreational activities. Amsterdam is a very bicycle-friendly city, and the canals are also used for transportation throughout the area. 

Amsterdam is also famous for its classical Dutch art, with Rembrandt being its most notable artist with some of his most famous paintings located in the city’s Rijksmuseum. Other important buildings include the Anne Frank House and Concertgebouw.

 

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Private Guide in Amsterdam - Lut Van Hove

(Member Since 2011) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Amsterdam, Arnhem, The Hague, Delft, Enkhuizen, Gouda, Aalsmeer, Windmills Languages: Dutch, English

Lut Van Hove is a private guide in Amsterdam, Utrecht, The Hague, and further in the north and the east of the Netherlands. She designs your tour according to your personal interests and available time: history, architecture, art, the Dutch way of life, gastronomy, social aspects,... As she worked an lived in Asia, South America en Europe, she understands what the foreign travelers are looking for while visiting the Netherlands. My car (BMW) has 4 passenger seats. For a city tour my car is not needed, but if we visit the country side, I ask an extra fee for the transport.

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Private Guide in Amsterdam - Drs. Kees Kaldenbach

(Member Since 2005) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Amsterdam, The Hague, Leiden, Marken, Delft, Windmills, Gouda, Utrecht, Alkmaar, Rotterdam Languages: Dutch, English, German, also with a translator in Japanese and other languages

The lectures are given in easy to understand language and are available in English, Dutch or German with Japanese translations available. A very gifted speaker, Drs. KeesKaldenbach has been featured in different media outlets such as BBC2, BBC, CNN as well as national TV networks from Holland, Japan and Denmark.

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Private Guide in Amsterdam - Hans Noltes

(Member Since 2010) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Amsterdam Languages: English, German, Dutch

Hello, my name is Hans Noltes and I will be pleased to serve as your private guide in Amsterdam and many other places outside the capital. There are many places we can visit, and there’s just anything a traveler may request – architectural landmarks, beautiful landscapes, intense art and cultural activity, vivid nightlife, numerous museums, shops and galleries. And I will be glad to offer these distractions during the tours we’ll have together.

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I recently travelled to Amsterdam on the cruise ship Queen Elizabeth and was very dissapointed to find that there were no official tours of the Battle of Arnhem (Operation Market Garden) provided by Cunard. I searched, therefore, for a private tour and came across Lut. I am so glad that I did this as Lut is just a fantastaic guide. She adapts the tour to your prefrences, she takes you to places that you would never find on your own, as a local she is able to take you to places that other tours are unable to access. Her knowledge of the battle(s) is excellent. I can't rate her highly enough and ...

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Dear Kees, My organization is hosting a summer school on the topic of women and peace-building. The summer school will include about 25 participants from across the world and will take place in the Hague. I am hoping to organize a museum visit or walking tour that links to the ...
Deborah
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